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Single or Combined honoursUCAS code: C800Tariff: 300 points
Students develop counselling skills alongside learning theoretical content and gain a deeper insight into themselves.
Single honoursUCAS code: C845Tariff: 300 points
The course is a dynamic combination of psychology, psychology and counselling and arts and play therapy course.
Single honoursUCAS code: 3G90Tariff: 300 points
A range of theoretical and practical training, clinical placements to become a therapist, taking in psychodynamic framework, art, music and drama therapy.
This course offers practical and theoretical training in Patricia Crittenden’s Dynamic Maturational Model (DMM) of attachment.
The Practitioner Doctorate in Counselling Psychology is a three year, full-time professional training accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS).
This unique course integrates theoretical, experiential and clinical learning, preparing you to practice as a dance movement psychotherapist.
This unique course provides opportunities for the theoretical, practical and clinical exploration of ritual and drama for healing and change.
This course is based on an integrative relational approach to counselling/psychotherapy.
This course provides you with professional training in music therapy, approved by the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Based on a person-centred model of therapy, this course emphasises the use of play within a therapeutic relationship to facilitate therapeutic change.
Psychology – the study of mind and behaviour – can enhance a wide range of careers in today's complex, globalised environment. As individuals face increasing pressures, professionals with expertise in assisting and motivating people are in demand in businesses and organisations worldwide.
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